Many times I have seen the claim that some text on mathematics is written in a "good Russian style". What does that mean? Somehow I've got an impression that it is a kind of opposite to the Bourbaki style. Namely, a Russian style would not consist of a dry series of abstract general theorems and proofs. Instead, it would contain a lot of practical examples that teach you how to apply math to practical problems. Is that correct? Or perhaps it means something else?